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'Intellectual Self-Confidence Sustains Me,' Says Ed Miliband Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Tue, May 6, 2014, 10:35 PM

Many voters are appalled by arrogant politicians with their snide remarks and pompous behavior. Nevertheless, Labor Party leader Ed Miliband of the United Kingdom, has a new campaign slogan to persuade the British to elect him as their next prime minister. It's not, "Yes, we can," but "Intellectual self-confidence sustains me."

According to he Daily Telegraph of London, "Ed Miliband has said he has “more intellectual self-confidence” than David Cameron. The Labour leader suggested that he has a better and clearer understanding of Britain’s needs and a sharper idea of how to govern than the Prime Minister."

Miliband is quoted as saying that, “What’s interesting is that of the two leaders in this who could be Prime Minister, between myself and David Cameron, I feel I am the one with much more intellectual self-confidence, actually.”

As reported by the Telegraph, "He also set out plans for another Labour intervention in markets, promising laws to stop foreign owners leaving UK houses empty.  In an interview with the London Evening Standard, Mr Miliband said he has a clear idea of why he wants to be Prime Minister, something he said Mr Cameron lacks."

Miliband studied at the London School of Economics, where billionaire oil tycoon, George Soros went to school. Soros has earned notoriety as the "man who broke the Bank of England."

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